First 7-Elevan store opened in Vietnam
  • | | June 15, 2017 08:39 PM
Vietnam’s first 7-Eleven convenience store opened in HCM City on June 15, attracting thousands of customers.

The store, which is located on the ground floor of Saigon Trade Centre in District 1, includes drinks, snacks and bakery.


Lines of customers waiting to buy at 7-Eleven store in HCM City on the opening day

The store’s operation follows a master franchise agreement between the Dallas, Texas-based retailer and Seven System Vietnam Co. Ltd to develop and operate 7‑Eleven stores in Vietnam.

In mid-2015, its US-based subsidiary 7-Eleven Inc, owned by the Seven & I Holdings Group, signed a licensing agreement with Seven System Vietnam, established by IFB Holdings, which currently runs the Pizza Hut chain and other eateries in Vietnam, to open the first 7-Eleven store in the country. 


7-Elevan located on the ground floor of Saigon Trade Centre 

Seven & I Holdings plans to have 100 7-Eleven stores in Vietnam in the first three years and 1,000 after a decade.

7-Eleven in Vietnam will provide fresh food, beverages, and high-quality consumption goods to compete with its rivals.

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